Our Alumni Council plays an important role in the life of the Nicholas School. Council members advise school leaders on issues and opportunities that may benefit the school and work together to keep fellow alumni engaged and informed about activities and developments. The Council meets at Duke twice a year (spring and fall semester) and
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With the help of several Nicholas School alumni, the Society of American Foresters (SAF) student group traveled to Portland, Oregon last month to visit some of the nation’s largest forestry companies. The group, led by President Matt Brantley MF/MEM’19, extended their annual outing to the SAF conference by two days to get a first-hand look
Aside from preparing future environmental leaders, the Nicholas School has seen its fair share of relationships begin on and around it’s Durham and Beaufort campuses over the years. In fact, there’s even been a marriage proposal or two on the rooftop of Grainger Hall! That said, if you found your husband, wife, boyfriend, girlfriend, or
Twelve students pursuing Master of Environmental Management or Master of Forestry degrees at Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment have been awarded Nicholas Scholarships covering up to two-thirds of their tuition.
Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment has received a $20 million gift to fund increased financial aid and fellowships for graduate students, expanded research on critical environmental issues, and new academic programs and facilities.
Involvement in student groups — funded in part by the Nicholas School Annual Fund — gives students unique opportunities to not only apply what they learn in class to real-world situations, but also to diversify their skillsets and mindsets.